Liverpool fans could dress up as Jurgen Klopp

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Liverpool fans have been urged to dress up like former Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp for this weekend's Premier League clash with Aston Villa, reports the Telegraph.

Having only secured eight points from their opening six fixtures in England's elite division, Reds chief Brendan Rodgers has been under scrutiny in recent time. 

And with the Merseyside outfit set to play host to Villa on Saturday afternoon, it appears that the club's faithful could go to extreme measures in an attempt to replace Rodgers with Klopp.


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The Anfield Chat - with over 120,000 followers on Twitter - tweeted for fans to dress up like the enigmatic German for Saturday's showdown. 

Klopp, of course, has long been linked with the top job at Anfield, but it's far from certain as to whether the club's hierarchy are considering whether to move Rodgers on.

Must improve 

One thing is for sure, Liverpool must improve on the pitch sooner rather than later. After a woeful 2014/15 campaign, the Reds have struggled on the domestic scene once again this term. You can hardly blame fans for making it known that they want Klopp to arrive on Merseyside. 

The ex-Dortmund man most definitely has the credentials to fill the club's hot-seat, so the decision makers at Anfield may well have to act in the near future. If the club continues to fail under the guidance of Rodgers, then there appears to be a standout candidate waiting in the wings. Ultimately, though, Klopp won't be around forever. 

Liverpool fans: Do you want Klopp to replace Rodgers? Have your say below! 

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